During the summer, Upper Arlington High School senior, Katharine Baldwin worked on a Girl Scout Gold Award by monitoring bird populations at the Audubon Grange Metro Park. Drop by her display in the atrium of the Main Library this Sunday, September 21 beginning at 1 p.m. for birding crafts, book suggestions, to learn about her research and to get tips on how to create a bird-friendly back yard.
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Shooting Victoria: Madness, Mayhem, and the Rebirth of the British Monarchy by Paul Thomas Murphy
Many historians have made the argument that without Victoria, the British monarchy would have fallen like so many others in the revolutions that swept Europe in 1840s. This text takes the interesting approach in analyzing history through the eight assassination attempts made on the Queen during her 64-year reign. To read about how a few madmen and criminals challenged Victoria and changed Britain, pick up this book about one of Britain’s favorite monarchs.
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